|Tom and Jerry: Barnyard Bunk - Van Beuren Studios|
"The Great Depression has hit a rundown farm owned by a Farmer Alfalfalike farmer. As the old man sleeps on his porch, objects around him begin to break down. /.../ Just then saxophone salesmen Tom and Jerry happen by the farm. The farmer is indifferent to their music ("Aw, nuts!"), so the duo decide to show him how useful saxophones can be. Their jazzy tunes soon have the farmer's chickens laying eggs, his cow churning out milk, and his woodpeckers chopping wood to the beat...
Keywords: Tom and Jerry; Van Beuren Studios; The Great Depression
Downloads: 63,971 (1 review)
|John Steinbeck - The Grapes Of Wrath|
Wikipedia:The Grapes of Wrath is an American realist novel written by John Steinbeck and published in 1939. For it he won the annual National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize for novels and it was cited prominently when he won the Nobel Prize in 1962. Set during the Great Depression, the novel focuses on the Joads, a poor family of tenant farmers driven from their Oklahoma home by drought, economic hardship, and changes in financial and agricultural industries...
Keywords: Johh Steinbeck; The Great Depression; famous novels; Dust Bowl; Oklahoma
|Economic Idiocracy - Darrell Lee Wright|
The title says it all. This slideshow style film shows how BIG BUSINESS has previously destroyed the United States economy and why it might happen again. This short film is also part of a larger project entitled HIDING IN PLAIN SITE / THE NEWS MEDIA STORY ON THE ISSUE OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION. Today this same video could play a part in the Occupy movement that is currently taking place around the world.
Keywords: Occupy Movement; big business; The Long Depression; The Great Depression; The Consumer Depression; Illegal Immigration; History; Economics; Workers Rights; Corporate Corruption; Government Corruption; Wel-fare Statistics; Minimum Wage; Unions; Poverty; Protests; Picket Lines; Congress; Work Laws; Illegal Copy Presentations
Downloads: 4,581 (1 review)
|Harold Covington weekly podcast - Harold A. Covington|
Wicked Harold's weekly podcast for June 17, 2010. Among the things he covers are the then recent arrest of attorney Edgar J. Steele, agents provocateurs, and should I join the army/forces? Very interesting is Harold's condemnation of the US military's killing of non-whites in the pursuit of oil; this contrasts starkly with Abraham Foxman's condoning of the atrocities of the Israeli Government against both the Palestinian people and, less than three weeks before this podcast, the murder of nine i...
Keywords: agents provocateurs; Barack Obama; biker films; bikers; Black Tuesday; Bush tax cuts Sunset clause; Conservatives; Edgar J. Steele; Edgar Steele; FBI informants; Geneva Convention; Hollywood Jews; Nazi fetish; Northwest Migration; Obama-care; Radio Free Northwest; Rush Limbaugh; Sons Of Anarchy; Star Trek; The Great Depression; US Army; US Military; United States Army
|Mathematically Perfected Economy™ by Mike Montagne (Audio Archives)|
This exclusive TNS Radio program is hosted by Mike Montagne, original 1968 author/architect of mathematically perfected economy™ — a long proven fact of singular solution to the monetary and political issues before us. The first eight of the following programs were originally conceived as an introductory set, more or less exhaustively covering how mathematically perfected economy™ resolves not just all the monetary issues of our time, but the principal political issues as well...
Keywords: audio; Mike Montagne; Mathematically Perfected Economy; TNS Radio; Economics; Federal Reserve; Bank Of England; Icelandic Financial Reform Initiative; IFRI; Social Credit; Austrian Economics; Keynesian; Gold Standard; Usury; Economic Collapse; Ronald Reagan; Ron Paul; Bill Still; Money Masters; The Secret Of Oz; Money As Debt; Web Of Debt; Ellen Brown; Public Banking; Benjamin Franklin; Thomas Jefferson; Economic History; Banking; Currency; Credit; Inflation; Deflation; Glass–Steagall; The Great Depression; Banknotes; Promissory Notes; Negotiable Instruments; Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Resource Based Economy; Monetary Policy; Zeitgeist; Bitcoin; Arthur Kitson; Alexander Del Mar; Charles A. Lindbergh; Ezra Pound; Louis McFadden; Lysander Spooner; Max Igan; Michael Tellinger; Robert Murphy; Murray Rothbard; Monetary Reform; Free Enterprise; Quantitative Easing; Competing Currencies